Thursday, February 18, 2010

Dovilla for Ohio House District 18

From Dovilla For Ohio (Ohio House District 18)

As the snow continues to fly here in northeast Ohio, the winter weather has not slowed our campaign’s progress. If anything, we have picked up the pace during the past few weeks, knocking our way through several more precincts of likely voters, expanding our volunteer team, and executing on our fundraising strategy.

Here are a few updates on our progress:
  • On February 5th, I filed petitions with the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, officially making me a candidate for State Representative in the 18th Ohio House District. As the filing deadline arrives this week with no other Republican candidates filed, our team’s hard work over the past 13 months has been rewarded with a clear path to the nomination. To all those who signed or circulated our petitions and knocked on doors with us in the cold, snowy weather for the past couple of months: THANK YOU!
I am pleased to announce officially several appointments on the Citizens for Mike Dovilla team:
  • Joe Amschlinger, Campaign Manager
  • Matt Long, Deputy Campaign Manager
  • Nancy Schillace, Phone Calls Chair
  • Beverly Goldstein, Senior Citizens Coalition Chair
  • Heather Tenney, Data Management Chair
  • Larry and Alice Frawley, Strongsville City Co-Captains
If you or someone you know would be interested in filling any of the following roles, please contact Joe ( or Matt (
  • Door-to-Door Chair
  • Literature Drop Chair
  • Parades/Events Chair
  • Polling Places Chair
  • Yard Signs Chair
We are delighted to be working with an enthusiastic, growing “Students for Mike Dovilla” coalition at my alma mater, Baldwin-Wallace College. In addition to bringing more fresh energy to our effort, the students are planning to engage in an important civic outreach program by helping to register new voters this spring and next fall at the four high schools in the 18th District. I am delighted with this group’s initiative and involvement with our campaign. These young leaders are the future of the Buckeye State and our great Nation.

Last week, I was invited to participate in a roundtable forum with several Berea small business owners. I had the opportunity to listen to their concerns about Ohio’s economy, its impact on their companies, and potential actions we can take to help restore an economic environment that fosters investment, growth, and JOBS. As we continue to build our platform on the key areas of economic development, job creation, high-quality education, and government reform, I invite other entrepreneurs, parents, teachers, and all interested citizens to offer their input. Together, we can Get Ohio Working!

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